Abigail's Party: Mike Leigh's 1970's comedy about the dinner party from hell gets another airing, following its hugely successful revival at Hampstead and the West End. Sept. 8-13.
Design For Living: Noel Coward's witty three-hander about bisexual artists comes fresh from a well-reviewed run at Bath. Sir Peter Hall directs the production starring Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett and Janie Dee. Sept. 15-20.
The Deep Blue Sea Terence Rattigan's searing drama about a married woman who jettisons her safe life for sexual passion. Starring Harriet Walter and Neil Stacy. Sept. 22-27.
Arms and the Man: George Bernard Shaw's play about love and war stars Gwen Taylor and Duncan Preston. Sept. 29-Oct. 4.
The Old Ladies A 1920's thriller starring Sian Phillips, Angela Thorne and Rosemary Leach. Oct. 6-11.
The Lieutenant of Innishmore: A play about terrorists — and a missing cat —set in Northern Ireland. Strong language and gallons of blood, but very funny.Oct. 21-25.
The Shell Seekers: A drama set over three generations, starring Stephanie Cole. Oct. 27-Nov. 1.
The Play What I Wrote: The international hit, a tribute to Morecambe and Wise, plus surprise celebrity guest. Nov. 3-8.
The autumn season concludes (before the winter one gets under way) with This Is The Night, a royal gala charity performance, on Nov. 9.